I’m A Celeb viewers in hysterics as cockroach climbs in Bev Callard’s ‘tuppence’

I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! viewers flocked to social media on Wednesday evening in hysterics after Beverly Callard referred to her privates as her "tuppence".

The Corrie star joined Giovanna Fletcher, Jessica Plummer and Ruthie Henshall to take part in a group task.

The girls were taken to the castle spa where they had to lay face down on massage tables before countless bugs were poured on them.

As they lay there for 12 minutes trying to calm each other down, more and more insects were added.

For the final minute, a giant snake was placed on top of each of the terrified women.

After completing the challenge Bev jumped up and tried to get the bugs off her.

Jumping up and down in horror, the actress shouted: "Ahh, they are up in my tuppence."

West End starlet Ruthie also admitted one of her critters had gone rogue and wiggled "in her bum".

Laughing about the awkward scene, one viewer wrote: "'They're all on my tuppence', Beverley cracks me up."

Another added: "Who says tuppence?! I’m dead," alongside a string of laughing emojis.

"Great use of the word tuppence there Beverley," a third continued.

Referring to a crude over share by Bev earlier in the episode about her husband's bedroom ability, a fourth cheekily tweeted: "I wonder if Bev says 'oh my god, it’s all on my tuppence' to Mega Sh*g?"

Chatting to her fellow campmates at the start of Wednesday's episode, Bev, 62, revealed her nickname for her hubby John is 'Mega Sh*g'.

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Bev said: "Jon's very handsome, he's a mega sh*g.

"He is a mega sh*g and he dances for me in the kitchen every morning and makes me laugh my socks off."

She gleefully added: "He's gorgeous!"

Speaking in the Telegraph later, Vernon Kay couldn't hide his shock at Bev's revelation.

The former Radio 1 DJ said: "She let it be known that Jon was very good at… how do we put it?

"Shall we say, bedroom activities."

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